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Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: Lets start over

Submitted by ak (United States), Aug 20, 2006 at 19:15

Dear Zionist,

have to agree with you on a point and that is the deplorable state of muslims. We are all ashamed at the weakened state of the arab governments. They are frightened of the american government and are hypocritical. Many arabs feel frustration that their governments can't come right out and fight like hones and noble men. This is the reason that the arabian peninsula is in such turmoil.

As for your question of where Jews could establish a unified state without getting the arab nations angry, I can honestly say I don't know. What I can tell you that if Jews were looking for a home, any arab country would have welcomed the refugees. In fact, my grandmother's neighbors' were jews. She used to tell me stories of how she would borrow butter from them or how they broke a pan of theirs and needed to cook food for friends.

All I have to say on the nation of Israel, is that i find it cruel, how they displaced many palestinian families, and continue to kill many children.

Again, if you have questions on islam feel free to ask.


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